Visser providing offensive boost for Hawks

Sports Nov 13, 2017 by Darryl Smart The Sachem

In an effort to get more offence, the Hagersville Hawks recently swung a deal to acquire Nick Visser from the Paris Mounties.

In his fourth game with the Provincial Junior Hockey League Bloomfield Division team, Visser showed that offensive prowess in a 6-4 win over the Niagara Riverhawks. The forward from Paris scored his first as a Hawk and added two assists in the win.

Ralph Taggart got the Hawks going midway through the first period on an assist from Visser.

Harrison Larochelle, Visser and Cam Allan added to the lead, while Robert Shaw and Cesare Caldarnoi responded for the Riverhawks.

In the third period, the two teams exchanged goals, with Riley Ricker and Taggart scoring for the Hawks. Jacob Saddler scored twice for the visitors.

Saturday’s victory made up for the Hawks’ 6-2 road loss to the Grimsby Peach Kings the night before.

Zach Carr gave the Hawks an early lead. Adam Kozlowski and Michael Tilbury responded, giving the Peach Kings the lead.

Andrew Ceolin and Colin Kijowski added to the lead in the second period, while GianLuca Pallutta and Tilbury netted goals in the final frame. Jacob Laurantani responded for the Hawks.

Sunday’s victory improves the Hawks record to 4-11-1, which puts them in seventh place in the PJHL’s Bloomfield Division. Tuesday, the Hawks host the Simcoe Shamrocks at 8:30 p.m., before hosting the Dunnville Mudcats Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

 

ICE CHIPS: In the deal to acquire Visser, the Hawks sent Keaton Young to the Mounties.

Visser providing offensive boost for Hawks

Hawks split weekend set

Sports Nov 13, 2017 by Darryl Smart The Sachem

In an effort to get more offence, the Hagersville Hawks recently swung a deal to acquire Nick Visser from the Paris Mounties.

In his fourth game with the Provincial Junior Hockey League Bloomfield Division team, Visser showed that offensive prowess in a 6-4 win over the Niagara Riverhawks. The forward from Paris scored his first as a Hawk and added two assists in the win.

Ralph Taggart got the Hawks going midway through the first period on an assist from Visser.

Harrison Larochelle, Visser and Cam Allan added to the lead, while Robert Shaw and Cesare Caldarnoi responded for the Riverhawks.

In the third period, the two teams exchanged goals, with Riley Ricker and Taggart scoring for the Hawks. Jacob Saddler scored twice for the visitors.

Saturday’s victory made up for the Hawks’ 6-2 road loss to the Grimsby Peach Kings the night before.

Zach Carr gave the Hawks an early lead. Adam Kozlowski and Michael Tilbury responded, giving the Peach Kings the lead.

Andrew Ceolin and Colin Kijowski added to the lead in the second period, while GianLuca Pallutta and Tilbury netted goals in the final frame. Jacob Laurantani responded for the Hawks.

Sunday’s victory improves the Hawks record to 4-11-1, which puts them in seventh place in the PJHL’s Bloomfield Division. Tuesday, the Hawks host the Simcoe Shamrocks at 8:30 p.m., before hosting the Dunnville Mudcats Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

 

ICE CHIPS: In the deal to acquire Visser, the Hawks sent Keaton Young to the Mounties.

Visser providing offensive boost for Hawks

Hawks split weekend set

Sports Nov 13, 2017 by Darryl Smart The Sachem

In an effort to get more offence, the Hagersville Hawks recently swung a deal to acquire Nick Visser from the Paris Mounties.

In his fourth game with the Provincial Junior Hockey League Bloomfield Division team, Visser showed that offensive prowess in a 6-4 win over the Niagara Riverhawks. The forward from Paris scored his first as a Hawk and added two assists in the win.

Ralph Taggart got the Hawks going midway through the first period on an assist from Visser.

Harrison Larochelle, Visser and Cam Allan added to the lead, while Robert Shaw and Cesare Caldarnoi responded for the Riverhawks.

In the third period, the two teams exchanged goals, with Riley Ricker and Taggart scoring for the Hawks. Jacob Saddler scored twice for the visitors.

Saturday’s victory made up for the Hawks’ 6-2 road loss to the Grimsby Peach Kings the night before.

Zach Carr gave the Hawks an early lead. Adam Kozlowski and Michael Tilbury responded, giving the Peach Kings the lead.

Andrew Ceolin and Colin Kijowski added to the lead in the second period, while GianLuca Pallutta and Tilbury netted goals in the final frame. Jacob Laurantani responded for the Hawks.

Sunday’s victory improves the Hawks record to 4-11-1, which puts them in seventh place in the PJHL’s Bloomfield Division. Tuesday, the Hawks host the Simcoe Shamrocks at 8:30 p.m., before hosting the Dunnville Mudcats Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

 

ICE CHIPS: In the deal to acquire Visser, the Hawks sent Keaton Young to the Mounties.